The story of the Stanford swimming standout sentenced to six months for raping an unconscious woman continues to pull in almost unprecedented reaction.
The candid letter from the victim to her convicted attacker, Brock Turner, is hitting a collective raw nerve.
Vice President Joe Biden even weighed in with an open letter to the rape survivor saying, “I believe you. It’s not your fault.”
While that story line continues to grab headlines, a movement that started more than 40 years ago gained some powerful momentum Thursday to empower rape survivors.
It was the sound of survival that rang out from Severance Hall.
Sing Out! Is the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s one-night tradition that’s all about preventing rape and reaching out to survivors.
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